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for the economy in the long run. >> the interesting point about jobbings. unions want the pipe lines. >> of course thape do. >> the members saying we want the jobs here. there is it an irony to what the protestors are all about. they don't want the pipe line because it will unwind autoefficiency standards and we have electric fired from energy from coal that really pollute. >> i don't believe rick's protestations that the democrats want all of the above. our governor in new york state doesn't like nuclear and like fraking but he is not interested in turning down his air conditioner. >> the president will have to choose between the environmentalist who are protesting loudly and on the other side the union guys who want the jobs, who should he choose? >> he should choose union and he will go to the environmentam. he believes it is bad. >> rick, not only has he said that past. but mr. c, had u said that. >> when did they say it a bad thing. >> they are the carbon. >> he has a dinosaur that oil is a thing . past. always expect the unexpect would. >> last word from mr. forbes. forget the smoking dream
right now >>> any wonder nothing changes inside. look what's happening outside. unions pushing lawmakers to keep on spending. guess you know why we're not getting a handle on this. and off the hook, our hero soldier who killed bin laden, giving out free phones to people who don't need them. can you say disconnected? did he just chain you to higher gas prices at the pump? "cashin' in," fueling up right now. our "cashin' in" crew this week, wayne rogers, jonathan, trish shah and sandra smith, also joining us, julie. welcome, everybody. okay. so as the national debt continues to soar, unions telling washington they don't want to tolerate spending cuts. >> we won't allow cuts to social security or medicare or medicaid! we're going forward! this is our country! we built it and we're going to take it back! >> oh, boy. jonathan, is big labor a big reason? we'll never x our spending problem? >> eric, unions destroyed the fuel industry, automobile industry, the public education and literally they're bankrupting government as well. they're only growing in government. unions account for about 36% o
, both of those things, as an eventual union goal. the destruction of slavery as an eventual conscious, deliberate union goal. so let's start with cause. as you may know any recent national survey, hal have all te people, have all those americans who were polled denied that slavery was the main cause of the u.s. civil war. and that view is apparently gaining ground, not losing ground because among younger people polled, those below 30 years of age, fully three out of five tonight slavery centrality to the wars origin. but in 1860-61, leaders of both the union and confederacy knew and said that slavery and escalating national dispute over slavery's future was precisely what was leading most of the southern states to break from and breakup the united states. thereby initiating the costliest war in the country's history. abraham lincoln noted in his first inaugural address that quote, one section of the country believes slavery is right and not to be extended, while the other place it is wrong and ought to be extended -- sarco and ought not to be extended, and this is the only substantial
is happening outside. unions pushing lawmakers to keep on spending. i guess you know why we're not gag handle on this. off the hook out free phones to people that don't need them. so you say disconnected. did he just change gas prices. cashin in, at the pump right now. >> eric: wayne rogers, jonathan honig and sandra smith and also joining us is julie. welcome everybody. so as the national debt continues to soar, unions say they don't want to tolerate spending cuts. >> we won't allow cuts to social security or medicare or medicaid. we are going forward. this is like this. we build it and we're going to take it back! >> no more cuts! >> eric: jonathan is big laborer a reason we won't do it? >> the public education and steel industry and bankrupting unions, as well. only 6% in the private work force. i have to tell you the nerve of richard and the union, the unions is to demand jobs. where do they et off with that. we have more government workers now than we a citizens in 1776 and so many have so much to do. they should be cut. unions need to take a back seat and put this country for once. >> e
. the unions and paper pushers. >> let's destroy the system. >> bring on the creative destruction. who would disagree? >> shame on you. >> teachers unions disagree and they are mad at me and mad at reformers who care about test scores. >> city schools terrible because of unions like you. >> our test scores are not what we choose to focus on. >> how do you know if they are learning anything? >> i know my kids are learning when i look in their eyes. >> give me a break. the block also opposes charter schools. >> over my dead body they will come there. >> unions are mat because some charters can fire bad teachers. >> i call it bringing up a person's future. >> a teacher wants to teach. >> this actor says teachers need tenure. >> why else would you take a [ bleep ] salary. >> why have tenure? most positions don't have tenure. >> at least now there is some good news. at some schools where teachers can be fired kids learn. >> give us the worst school anywhere in per and we will jut perform the other schools in five years. >> how good are the test scores at hit charter schools? >> there isn't even a
. >> like the reformers are up again jab at hut. >> the unions, and paper pushers. >> let's destroy the system. >> bridge on th bring it on, whd disagree. >> shame on you. john: teachers unions disagree, they are mad at me. >> city schools are terrible because of unions like yours. >> our test scores are not what we choose to focus on. john: how do you know if they are learning anything. >> i know they are learning whether i look in their eyes. john: give me a break. >> they also oppose charter schools. >> over my dead party. john: unions are mad some charters can fire bad teachers, what is wrong with that? >> a teacher wants to teach. john: this actor said this teachers need tenure. >> why else would you take a [ bleep ] salary? >> most provisions do not have tenure, wit but now there is soe good news, some schools were teachers can be fired, kidding learn, give us worse school anywhere in america, and we'll outperform the other schools in 5 years. john: how good are test scores at his charter school. >> not evennard word for it. >> unions say they avoid the problem kids. >> no way
's the school escape the bureaucracy of regular schools including the teachers union. this included the bureaucrats label at risk of failure but they'll learn. >> going to our schools is a ticket to educational success. all gatt outstanding test stores -- state score. >> we do with less per child >> for less money how do they get the kids interested? >> interested in math? reading, writing. [laughter] the school day is longer kids stay in tel weathercock p.m. they told us they don't mind. >> you will burn out. >> we have our eye on the prize. >> views new teaching techniques stand wear your pieces in their coached by their bosses. >> they tell me things i don't see or for don't think of a great question. >> review teachers as athletes that need constant support to be at the top of their game. >> these kids waved their hands but they explain active listening instead of asking can i go to the bathroom they make hand gestures. >> high test scores that parents lined up hoping their kid is admitted. >> this line goes on and on and around the block. >> so many applicants but not many spac
. will the president use his state of the union to scare congress? drilling on. democrat or republican, a president's job is to defend the country. drones do that job and reach terrorist plotters scheming in far away countries. you got a better weapon? finally, i could almost cry, love you so. teddy roosevelt's letter, ronald reagan to nancy, you're life itself. valentine's, a peek at the private world of our presidents. hi, i'm chris matthews and welcome to the show. with us today "time's" joe klein, cnn gloria borger, "new york times" elisabeth bumiller and "the washington post," david ignatius. first up, president obama will face congress tuesday night and try to drive a wedge between the country and his hard right opponents. look at the cloud of the most used words in the last 50 years of the state of the union addresses, number one word in 50 years, "more." presidents for five decades have used the state of the union to call for more. so what's "more" mean to president obama and will he present an optimistic view of our union as most presidents have? >> i can report to you that the state of th
have as a nation is something that will happen tomorrow, the state of the union address. the state of the union is one of those very specific things like the post office or the census that is called for explicitly in the united states constitution. article 1 in the constitution is about the congress, the legislative branch. article 2 is about the presidency. article 3 is the judicial branch. and the part of the constitution that calls for the state of the union message is in article 2, section 3. it says the presidential from time to time give to the congress information about the state of the union. and since it is in the constitution, we have been doing this from the very beginning. the first one was january 1790, george washington. he delivered his state of the union address to congress. he made his recommendations to them for action. george washington was of course the first president. john adams was the second president. by the time we got to the third president, thomas jefferson, jefferson thought the whole speech to congress thing was actually a little showy. made the presid
it fundamentally changed the character of the war. overnight the union became a war for human liberation. for the nearly 4 million it was a symbol of hope. that hope of freedom was finally realized in the amendment to the constitution which abolished slavery in the u.s. jurisdiction these landmark documents of the freedom reside here at the national archives but they are filled with documents that tell the story of the emancipation of the individual level. the letter from a black soldier to the enslaved wife assures her there's a present national difficulties are great yet i look forward to a brighter day and the one asked president lincoln if she were signing the nitze push proclamation sadly the answer was no because she was in maryland, a border state unaffected by the decree. the first-person accounts of the slaves on sob files provide a window on to the world before and after the war. some talk of choosing a name tabare as a free person and others describe the long searches to reunite their families. milestones denied to and enslaved population, marriage, going to school now become
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don't watch the state of the union. >> the numbers don't lie. the american people want something done and hopefully tonight that will begin. >> very good and you know what, the republicans final word. don't deny science. democra democrats, don't deny math. "morning joe," a happy cheerful morning at all times. stick around. here's chuck. >> the state of the union is 12 hours away. they are putting final touches on the speech that can feel clintonian, a laundry yes of priorities. strengthening the economy and add jobs. responding for the republicans is marco rubio. this will surely be the biggest audience he has had. that's mostly republican w. what message puts him on a path to give his own state of the union some day. >> north korea confirms they conducted a third nuclear test. president obama called it highly provocative and condemns the move. you will hear about it from the president tonight. it's state of the union day. what better place to be. abe lincoln's birthday. let's get right to the first reads of the morning. if you believe that second term domestic agendas have a shelf li
. this is "the kudlow report." president obama took to the road today selling last night's state of the union message. regrettably i have to say i think i heard one of the most interventionist, regulatory heavy and government-planning messages in the history. still more infrastructure, even capping climate change and all i wanted was full fledged tax reform or maybe the keystone pipeline. the left wing greenies pulling out all the stops and warning the president not to go there. some celebrities even got arrested froprotesting the pipee at the white house today. >> and the head of the unions wants more and more of our taxpayer money and he's threatening any democrat who doesn't go along. and guess who facebook executive mark zuckerberg is throwing a political fund-raiser for right at this hours? it's probably not who you think. anyway, we're "the kudlow report." we'll tell you later, but we begin right now. >>> first up, so the president proposing more, more government spending on manufacturing, more on housing, education, infrastructure, climate change, green energy. here's my take. if it wa
. ought to be more exciting than usual. let's see. president obama's state of the union address last night lasted almost exactly 60 minutes, with not quite 7,000 words. it was a little longer than average in terms of word count. the speech was interrupted 83 times for applause, according to a tally by the national journal. there was no notable disruption in the audience this year, no moment like a republican congressman yelling "you lie" the way congressman joe wilson did during the joint address to congress back in 2009 there was no moment like a supreme court justice muttering a rebuttal to the president from the rows up front the way justice samuel alito did in 2010. there was one moment of the speech, though, last night where you heard something from the room. you heard a gasp from the room in response to something that the president said. >> we should follow the example of the north miami woman named desiline victor. when desiline arrived at her polling place, she was told the wait to vote might be six hours. as time ticked by, her concern was not with her tired body or aching feet, b
. >> the state of the union is 12 hours away. they are putting final touches on the speech that can feel clintonian, a laundry yes of priorities. strengthening the economy and add jobs. responding for the republicans is marco rubio. this will surely be the biggest audience he has had. that's mostly republican w. what message puts him on a path to give his own state of the union some day. >> north korea confirms they conducted a third nuclear test. president obama called it highly provocative and condemns the move. you will hear about it from the president tonight. it's state of the union day. what better place to be. abe lincoln's birthday. let's get right to the first reads of the morning. if you believe that second term domestic agendas have a shelf life of 18 months at most, then president obama's last best chance to lay out aggressive plans. for that reason, don't be surprised if you hear a laundry list of policy asks. also hanging over tonight's speech, the constant gridlock that has been this president's achilles heel. for weeks the president spent much of his time in public talkin
fell, the soviet union collapsed or it at the same time, this president that we have a thing that sayig that i will not raise taxes on the middle class family. i won't even raise capital gains taxes. how are we, in this day and age, when president barack obama does not get criticized? >> people should look at what the first president bush did when he did have new taxes. it cost him reelection, but he did the right thing. he got something. he he got disciplined into the federal government. he drove discipli not just on congress. he drove a deep inside of congress. that discipline allowed the economic country to exist that happened during the clinton's tenure to be a reality. but the first president bush did the courageous and right thing, and he drove fiscal discipline into a body that doesn't know how to practice it. that was the u.s. congress. liz: why isn't president obama being criticized for breaking his no taxes in 2008? >> he should be. he has an early lead on anything. he should be leading congress to make policy changes around taxes. it also around entitlement reform.
12 hours. african union forces have captured a strategic town of rebels. it is on the key route to mogadishu. osh about was using the town to plan attacks -- al-shabab was using the town to plan attacks. they are battling rebel fighters across somalia. >> support of the operation. no support of the operation at all. they have been collecting taxes, using the seaports and all that. we will not conform with those areas. civilians are now behind us. >> kenyans prepare for a presidential election on monday. technology played a role in inciting unrest in 2007, but this time it is being used to do the opposite. more from nairobi. >> taking all the information that has been received and -- >> a group of young kenyans are training volunteers to use an application meaning "election." with it, people can anonymously report election related institute -- incidents with text messages or online. >> you are able to see what is going on around kenya, around the country. >> this sees the information into a map, into something called crowd sourcing. that is when a large number of people are used
that storied speech before congress and the nation and the state of our union. hi, everybody. i'm thomas roberts. topping our agenda today, must-see tv. the address that will set the stage for the second half of the obama presidency, and the president is expected to expand his agenda, laying out the goal markers that will define his legacy in office, with a focus on the economy and job creation. >> to mobilize the american people, build support for his proposals, and push the republicans through public pressure and through public opinion. proposals to grow the economy, to deal with immigration, to address gun violence, that have majority support in the country. >> the question remains, will the president strike a softer tone than he did in his inaugural address? will he reach across the aisle, or draw another line in the sand? >> this is the last best shot he has to move the needle. there's a little more pressure on the president to have an effective state of the union, because this is, you know, this is the window for him to -- if he's ever going to motivate congress to do it. >> well,
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's first state of the union since his re-election will be ambitious in his vision and no doubt punctuated. maybe some of us watching at home will be applauding. if you are near a television, the state of the union will be unavoidable. the networks and cable news will, as always, broadcast wall-to-wall coverage of the speech. the attention given to the president's speech is indicative of everything that falls under the category, very important things required by the constitution. have you ever noticed how the constitution described the state of the union? you might be surprised to find the founders are vague and sound bored with the whole idea of it. article two, section three reads he shall from time-to-time give to the congress information of the state of the union. recommend to their consideration such measures as he may judge necessary and expedient. he may. on extraordinary occasions, convene both houses or either of them. in disagreement with them, he may adjourn them to such times he thinks proper. give congress information from time-to-time? in other words, just tell them stuff abo
to the "full-court press" this wednesday morning, february 13th. good morning. after the state of the union, good to see you today. we'll tell you all about that and other breaking news today. and, of course, give you a chance to get involved in the conversation. give us your point of view by giving us a call at 866-55-press. if you thought the president's inaugural address was good i hope you caught last night's state of the union address. he challenged congress to help build the middle class in america in many ways across the board by providing universal pre-school education, by raising the minimum wage by creating new jobs, by getting rid of loopholes for big corporations and by saving lives guy common sense gun safety measures. a great speech. we will tall talk all about it and get your calls. before we get to that we will get the day's latest from the lisa ferguson out in los angeles. good morning to you. >> hey, bill. good morning, everyone. president obama is coming off of his state of the union address last night. it was a big speech kicking off t
address the defiance in tonight's state of the union address and that is just six hours away. lots to talk about today with former congressman joe sestak and served in the navy. welcome. >> good to be with you. thank you. >> let's talk start with hagel. by most accounts, chuck hagel had a shaky day at the confirmation hearing and surprising even some democrats with the answers and nonanswers. how do you think he did and do you ultimately expect he'll get confirmed? >> well, his presentation was spot on but that said i'm not always spot on when i do these interviews either. it's whether the substance was there or not and there's three important issues clear out of that hearing and why he'll go through the nomination process successfully. first, he said he will defend israel. second, iran cannot have a nuclear weapon. and third, he is leader to transform our military, both for moving from southwest asia to the western pacific where 60% of the naichl forces are moved for a reason and second to transform our military to the new type of warfare where often based upon knowledge and the agility a
pressure on the president to have an effective state of the union, because this is, you know, this is the window for him to -- if he's ever going to motivate congress to do it. >> well, domestic issues will dominate the evening, the white house confirming the president will announce the withdrawal of 34,000 u.s. troops from afghanistan by this time next year. half the troops currently in that country. adding to the intensity is a bold act by north korea, its third successful nuclear test, conducted underground in the northern part of that country. now, the first such test to be done under north korea's young new leader, kim jong-un. >> it was a highly provocative act, it violates nurpsresolutio. >> we have a lot to talk about this morning, and joining me is south carolina democratic congressman, james clyburn. sir, great to have you here. let's talk about what we do expect to hear from the president tonight. we do have the information, he will be talking about the drawdown of troops in afghanistan, going down to 34,000. that's half of u.s. troops currently in afghanistan. but
today and it is a big day because president obama is poised to give his state of the union address tonight. he will say -- he's expected to put forth an aggressive, progressive agenda. he will tell us the state of the union is strong. which it is. meanwhile, catholics still can't believe that pope benedict xvi is actually resigning after all that hasn't happened in 600 years. joe biden says yeah, i'm thinking about it. we'll see how that goes. all of that and a lot more. first, let's get the latest, today's current news update from lisa ferguson standing by at our studios in los angeles. hi lisa, good morning. >> hey bill. that's right. we're all awaiting the president's big state of the union address today taking place from the u.s. capitol at 9:00 eastern tonight. we're expecting to focus on quite a few issues including immigration, gun safety, same-sex marriage equality and of course, the economy. gun violence though is the big question here. not whether or not he'll address it because of course, he will. but which aspects he will choose to talk about and how much the issue will
the health care law in his state of the union on tuesday, but john, you say this law isn't doing anything, but making america sicker? >> yeah, brenda. i mean, after years, literally the last three years, barack obama's been telling americans, you won't lose your doctor, if you like your health insurance, you can keep your health insurance, now post-election, surprise! 7 million americans, the numbers are going higher. the cbo reports the dollars continue to go higher and really what it comes down to, we cannot afford this. small businesses can't afford to keep medicating their people and keeping them insured and at the end of the day this is just another sign of big government coming in with big plans that us, the taxpayers, just can't afford. >> well, steve, does it matter that we're losing employer-based health care plans, if more people are actually getting covered? >> yes, exactly. this plan is going to cover just about everybody. it makes me difference whether they get their health insurance through an employer or whether they get it through an exchange or some other way, through med
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